[Marxism] A Third Opportunity to Influence the Cuban
carlwebb at gmail.com
Wed Aug 8 13:55:02 MDT 2007
I joined the Young Socialist Alliance down in New Orleans in 1980 and
left in 1982 when went into the military. I never thought at the time
to ask them why they gave unconditional support to the Cuban
revolution as opposed to critical support.
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> From: "Walter Lippmann" <walterlx at earthlink.net>
> Subject: [Marxism] A Third Opportunity to Influence the Cuban
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> I began my organized life in politics as a member of the Young
> Socialist Alliance, the youth group allied with the Socialist Workers
> Party of the United States of America. I joined the youth in 1962,
> the party in 1967, and had my involuntary departure from the SWP in
> 1983. The following is a contribution posted to the SWP's Internal
> Discussion Bulletin which I posted in 1979, and through this, the
> interested reader can see some of the topics which were under being
> Discussed at that time, and what alternatives I proposed to them.
> Looking back at this a couple of days ago, I really dreaded the
> literary style, but the ideas seem to hold up fairly well.
> Scanners are wonderful tools, aren't they?)
> A Third Opportunity to Influence the Cuban Revolution
> By Walter Llppmann, Los Angeles Branch
> Socialist Workers Party Discussion Bulletin
> Vol. 36, No, 18, pp. 25-29 July 1979
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